This is a celebration of contemporary botanical art and artists around the world!
Artist - a-n The Artists Information Company
Long distance walks through beautiful places, looking to capture what I see and how I feel
A month-long residency in Johnson Vermont with 50+ writers and visual artists
The first in a series of blog posts about a self-organised Risograph and silk-screen printing residency in Birmingham.
My practice explores the potential for prosthetics which are made with aesthetic considerations in mind. My work began with the idea of bespoke prosthetics which are perceived, both by their wearer and observers, as aesthetically pleasing objects as well as being functional.
For my A-N artist bursary 2018 I will be attending mentoring sessions with the artist Rory Pilgrim and organising an event for peer to peer critique with artists who make moving image in Devon and Cornwall.
Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections Spotlight Foyer Display: Constructing a narrative – an account of collected artefacts, the written word, existing and developing histories Artists Gary James Williams and Jo Manby have taken a selection of objects from Manchester Metropolitan […]
Making images, land and sky
To get specialist training in MAX MSP to develop new light and sound interactive glass sculptures. The aim is to create a framework of code and a prototype sculptural unit by Dec 2018, to then be used in a modular way, as a flexible basis for multi-sensory installations.
Research informing long-term projects on the relationship between voice, improvisation and architecture, looking at notions of community. Supporting the development of the Artist Working Group, a London-based group who meet in houses and galleries around shared meals.
This project was developed in response to the Grenfell Tower fire. To introduce the children to art materials and processes not normally seen in the classroom. To give them a visual voice and an exhibition of their art work to be proud of.
‘On Drawing’ is an artistic research project that explores the connections between thinking and drawing in the realms of arts & science. From architects to plumbers, scientists to dancers, everyone draws. So, why do we draw and what are the implications of drawing on the brain?
Supported by an Artist Bursary 2018 I am expanding my practice to explore the voice, polyphony and song. I am undertaking a course in Dalcroze Eurhythmics and meeting mentors who work with experimental music. This leads to a solo show and performance with DKUK 2018.
A project currently in production for the Great Exhibition of the North. I am lead artist in a collaboration with Newcastle’s Disability North – making a video installation that will be shown in four venues across the city over the summer of 2018. All views my own of course…
Should I give the name of the person who plagiarized my work?
A gathering of my thoughts and experiences during a 1 month residency at Arteles creative centre in rural Finland, where I set out to make drawings based on the people and landscapes I encounter.
Back in the winter I was invited to join The London Group and exhibit with them in the Waterloo Festival in June. I now need a link to its QCode label – so here is the short journey to ‘Tent’ which is my offering in ‘Nothing Endures but Change.’
A blog by artist Julie Hill, a recipient of an a-n Professional Development Bursary 2018 to undertake a course in 3d printing at The Cass. Julie is working with 3d files of asteroids (or minor planets) from NASA’s 3d Resources.
An A-N artist bursary is funding me to undertake some specialist film training, including drone camera and gimbel.
The public and personal dilemmas of curation; curating a show of potentially upsetting or disturbing content, whilst considering the needs and concerns of the artists
Personal thoughts and annotations on a period of development supported by Artist Bursary 2018. Follow me to see where it will take me.
The bursary will support two strands of artistic and professional development in relation to my long-form art project ‘N scale’
A research trip to Mexico to visit the Museo Leonora Carrington de San Luis Potosí, Las Pozas in Xilitla and Mexico City, followed by research dissemination and engagement activity in Margate.
Supported by a bursary from a-n The Artists Information Company.
During May I shall be traveling to New York as part of a Professional Development Bursary to attend: Open Engagement 2018, Queens Museum. Keynotes: Lucy Lippard and Mel Chin